VHBL (Vita Half Byte Loader) is an open source tool to load PSP homebrews on the Playstation Vita.
VHBL can be downloaded at http://wololo.net/wagic/vhbl
#139968 by Disturbed0ne
Sat Apr 21, 2012 4:00 am
Ninja releases work on a "trusted members first" basis, with only a small amount knowing at first and the number growing every so often. When your "turn" comes you'll see something like this -
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All registered members will eventually have access to a Ninja release before it goes public (ie it's posted on Wololo's blog) but registered members who have received even a single warning WILL NOT see the name of a game before the public release (ie Wololo's blog post).
The VHBL files themselves are not part of the Ninja Release and will be released in a separate blog post after the public release of a game name.

So if you want to be a part of a Ninja release, don't break the rules of this forum (ie spamming, flaming, trolling, creating multiple accounts etc).

Making a new thread asking when a game name will be released will only result in the thread being locked and a warning being issued (for repeated offenses), so please, don't spam the forum.

There is NO ETA for member specific releases, your guess is as good as mine. STOP ASKING!

Spamming F5 will not make a "Ninja Release" box magically appear. :shock:

(PMing a Moderator or another forum member and asking for the name of a game will result in an instant warning on your account, repeated messages to staff members will result in your account being banned)

Any new threads regarding "Ninja releases" will be acted upon. (This includes asking when a release will be made and how much the game cost's or talking about leaks in any way)
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#191768 by TragicTheBlubbering
Sun Oct 28, 2012 5:48 am
Because people keep asking the same questions over and over again, which are answered here in this thread, I have copied this thread to the "Security/Homebrew" and "eCFW TN" subforums of the PS Vita forum to give it greater visibility for users, and to curb the flood of threads asking the same questions. I have also updated the title to reflect the current state of the Vita hacking scene.

@ D1 if you disagree with my changes feel free to revert them.
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